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... a guard-house manned 24/7 for the 7 houses in the complex, 4 of which are owned by various relatives. Outside the aunt's house was a valet service with 2 guys to park guests' cars.
Needless to say, the house was lovely. Out back,8 tables were set up, colourfully decorated in either Mexican dolls and flowers or koalas, surfboards and Aussie flags! There was a huge colourful pinata suspended over a huge colourful table of sweets; it was decorated with ...
Paulīs version: Got a bus from Veracruz to a small fishing port on the Gulf of Mexico, Alvarado. We headed for the port, climbing the hill towards the Ocean in heat and humidity approaching 90 (in all units). No matter how far up the hill we climbed we found no Ocean up there. Something seemed wrong so we stopped a man on a tricycle with a big white cooler and asked him where the water was, ...
... try them. What a girl !. Ana - Deb and I would like to wish you and Phil all the best on your upcoming wedding in October - We'll be thinking of you - Make sure you have the Banana's Foster and the beignets in New Orleans.
Deb's off tomorrow for a Girl's day/night out with the gang here in El Dorado and I may be limited to the pool table up at the clubhouse. Stay tuned, I'm sure more stories to come.
... food and lots of good information about the towns or cities that we stay in.
This year, we decided to spend a week in a suburb of Guadalajara called Tlaquepaque (Tlah-kep-pah-keh) - a lovely village that is just minutes away from downtown Guad. It has a village feel to it with a lovely central park, full of friendly people and tasty food stands. Tlaquepaque still holds on to its local traditions and the village is full of wonderful art. Many of the state's most ...
... clad promo ladies.
The rest of the town is cute albeit totally geared at tourism. Their claim to fame is pottery and glass, neither of which interests us. Just no place in the backpack! Exploring the town took us less than 30 minutes, including stopping for photo opps and hunting for a public toilet.
There's really not much more to it. Time to head to the coast!